Meghan Markle and Prince Harry seem like they won't be returning to the royal family anytime soon.
After the pair returned to California, they refreshed their Archewell Foundation website with new photos from their charity visits abroad. "Each of us can change our communities. All of us can change the world," the quote reads.
On the front page of the website, there is no mention of Harry's brood — something royal expert Angela Levin believes is on purpose.
"What's very interesting is you can always read the underlying content of what they want to say really, and the main thing, right at the beginning, is 'each of us can change our communities,'" she said. "I think that's saying very much that they can do without the royal family, they don't need them, they're fine where they are, they're building another community."
"And then 'all of us can change the world,' they're back to wanting to be global and saying to the royal family, 'we can do without you,' but actually they can't," she noted.
It seems like the couple are enjoying their time on the West Coast.
"But, generally speaking, these days she likes higher-end hangouts like Cecconi’s, Sunset Tower, Sugarfish or Lucky’s steakhouse in Montecito, which was recommended to [Markle and Prince Harry] by Oprah [Winfrey]. It’s become their favorite, and they’re waited on hand and foot,” the source alleged of Harry and Meghan, who share kids Archie and Lilibet.
The former TV star, 41, "loves driving around L.A. to go to the same hiking trails that she used to visit back in the day, well off the beaten track,” the source shared. “Often she’ll head off just herself and the dogs, which gives her time to reflect.”
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